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News Release | Environment California Research and Policy Center

San Diego ranks 2nd for solar power in nation

San Diego, CA – Today, Environment California Research & Policy Center was joined in front of San Diego International Airport’s 3.3 megawatt (MW) solar installation by Mayor Kevin Faulconer, airport officials, local renewable energy advocates and industry leaders to celebrate San Diego’s impressive solar power achievements.

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Report | Environment California Research & Policy Center

Shining Cities 2016

America’s major cities have played a key role in the clean energy revolution and stand to reap tremendous benefits from solar energy. As population centers, they are major sources of electricity demand, and with millions of rooftops suitable for solar panels, they have the potential to be major sources of clean energy as well.

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News Release | Environment California Research & Policy Center

5 California Cities Among Dozens Backing Carbon Pollution Limits in Court

Berkeley, Los Angeles, Oakland, San Francisco and West Hollywood are among more than 50 city and county governments from 28 states, together with The U.S. Conference of Mayors and the National League of Cities, filing an amicus brief today in support of the Clean Power Plan – the centerpiece of the U.S. strategy to tackle climate change that was delayed by the Supreme Court in February.

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Report | Environment California Research & Policy Center

We Have the Power

America can address our largest environmental challenges by shifting to 100 percent renewable energy.

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News Release | Environment California Research & Policy Center

Target making inroads on solar power, but Environment California “expects more”

Target has pledged to put solar panels on a quarter of its stores, but the company could cut pollution dramatically and even save its customers money by putting panels on all of its nearly 2,000 rooftops in North America, advocacy group Environment California said today.

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